Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0081ep410 | Diabetes, Obesity, Metabolism and Nutrition | ECE2022

To study the Diabetic Foot at risk using an A 60 second Foot Screening Tool and Risk classification based on the comprehensive foot examination in patients of diabetes - At a Tertiary care Center East India

Behera Kishore , Soren Uttam , Behera Binod Kumar

Introduction: The aetiology of a diabetic foot ulcer is multifactorial. The three principal components that ascertain the likelihood of ulceration in a diabetic foot are peripheral neuropathy, repeated minor trauma and deformity. Aims:To find the prevalence of diabetes patients having the foot at risk using the Simplified 60-Second Diabetic Foot Screen tool (SSDFST).Objectives: To find out the diabetic foot at risk.1. To ascertain the dispersal of variou...

ea0081ep256 | Diabetes, Obesity, Metabolism and Nutrition | ECE2022

Association of sarcopenia with peripheral nerve functions in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients in East India: A prospective cross sectional study.

Behera Kishore , Mohapatra Subarna , Priyadarsini Nibedita , Nanda Pranati , Srinivasan Ananda

Background: Diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) is considered to be the risk factor for the development of sarcopenia. Various previous studies showed the correlation between DPN and muscle disorders, but the study regarding the association between sarcopenia and nerve conduction parameters in diabetic peripheral neuropathy is limited.Aim: This study was planned to detect the association between sarcopenia with peripheral nerve functions in type 2 diabe...

ea0073aep593 | Reproductive and Developmental Endocrinology | ECE2021

49, XXXXY syndrome associated with diabetes mellitus with insulin resistance, delayed neurocognitive behaviour, abnormal stature, and osseous deformity- a rare case

Behera Kishore , Jena Ranjan , Naik Suprava , Mishra Shree

Back ground49, XXXXY syndrome is a rare defect of sex chromosomes frequently considered as a variant of Klinefelter syndrome. It is often associated with more severe dysmorphic features, hypogonadism, mental retardation, musculoskeletal abnormality, and rarely with diabetes mellitus due to insulin resistance.The goal: To describe clinical, biochemical, hormonal, radiological and developmental status of the patient with 49, XXXXY ka...

ea0081ep1211 | Late Breaking | ECE2022

Study of Correlation between Serum Osteoprotegerin, TNF-alfa and Biomarkers of Bone Metabolism in Patients with treatment naive Graves’ Disease. - A cross sectional study

Behera Kishore , Sahu Suchanda , Agarwal Kanhaiyalal , Parida Girish Kumar , Soren Uttam Kumar , Srinivasan Anand

Objectives: Primary - Study of Correlation between Serum Osteoprotegerin, and Biomarkers of Bone Metabolism in Patients with treatment-naive Graves’ Disease (GD). Secondary- Serum level of Osteoprotegerin, TNF alfa and Biomarkers of Bone Metabolism in Patients 3 months after treatment of GD with methimazole (MMI).Material and Methods: A total of thirty-five treatment-naive newly diagnosed GD were recruited for the study, most of them were female. Al...

ea0015p101 | Clinical practice/governance and case reports | SFEBES2008

Infectious causes of adrenal insufficiency: a report from South India

Lau Sue Mei , Sarawagi R. , Behera Kishore Kumar , Paul Thomas , Rajaratnam Simon , Thomas Nihal , Seshadri Mandalam Subramaniam

Aim: To determine the aetiology of Addison’s disease in patients admitted to a tertiary care hospital in South India from 2001 to 2007.Method: Forty-five patients with Addison’s disease were admitted during this period. Etiological work up was carried out in all these patients.Results: Thirteen patients (29%) had a possible infectious cause: 11.1% histoplasmosis, 8.8% confirmed tuberculosis, 4.4% presumed tuberculosis, 4...